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Dynamic Signal estimates that with better communication in the workplace, companies can be 30% more efficient and with 20
"Next year we will see AI breakthroughs with Video Comprehension, where it will increasingly emphasize multi-modal analysis
When thinking about the next big thing and where it will come from, we should look at what is core to our business and how
What challenges do you see for enterprise AI? It is unlikely that AI will replace the processes and business rules you have
  Natural language is still a big challenge. I don’t think we will be able to have open-ended conversations with computers
        We use two different kinds of AI. Natural language processing converses with the traveler to inquire about their
Most organizations can see ways they could better achieve their goals if they had an increased ability to predict future
4. Hype: AI is not magic and AI is not the right approach to all enterprise challenges or goals.   - Greg Diamo, Baidu, Inc
When highly effective B2B salespeople close a big deal, what is the first thing they do? They don't rest on their laurels or move on to the next opportunity as quickly as possible. They don't leave their new customer wondering what happened to the relationship they built.
Adebimpe Mbang Femi-Oyewo, Kinnect: Connecting for Good, Lagos, Nigeria. People come together to address social challenges
Enterprise communications software has a checkered (and to be blunt, disappointing) history. Email is here to stay, and that's
Foster Unbridled Efficiency More than retaining talent and keeping employees satisfied, the adoption of live video introduces
Africa's farming sector needs the resource of youth more than any other food producing region on earth.Although the continent's
"We need more people like John who go that extra step."
At Self Help Africa our focus is on supporting rural poor communities to support their populations through an innovative
Whether it's a good idea to use public money to support a stadium for a privately owned sports team is a question for another day. Walter O'Malley moved his team because he felt it was to his financial benefit to do so. That's what capitalists are supposed to do.
Outsourcing is not a new phenomenon, it has been around since the mid-1980s. Companies in search of new ways to cut costs
Forbes predicts that by 2020 50% of the US workforce will be comprised of freelance workers. While a large portion of these workers will be non-strategic -- your Uber drivers, etc -- the real shift is with highly skilled, strategic thinkers.
Companies in the Western world are, to an increasing degree, setting their sights on Africa as a new frontier for business.